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WARWICK POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. DETAINING A FILLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 March 1867

WARWICK POLICE COURT.       TUESDAY, MARCH 12. (Before Messrs. W. Thompson, D. Gunn, and G. Clark, J.P.'s) DETAINING A FILLY. J. Tomkinson was summoned by - Tanzer for illegally detaining a brown filly which he claimed as his own property. Mr. Addenbrooke appeared for the plain- tiff. Mr. Julius Otto, being sworn, acted as German interpreter for the plaintiff. The plaintiff, being sworn, said when he purchased the filly there was a P on the near shoulder; he afterwards put JT over the P; took the mare to Allora, and turned her out on Spring Creek; six months afterwards he missed her; he heard that the mare was advertised in the newspaper; went to Tomkinson's, at Sandy Creek, and saw the mare; one of defendant's sons was riding the mare; witness claimed her as his property ; he was told that if he paid the costs the mare would be delivered up to him; defendant said he had the mare since the 2nd January, that he paid £2 10s. for breaking her in, ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EMU CREEK DIGGINGS. (From the S. M. Herald's Special Reporter.) Grenfell, Emu Crek, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

EMU XJKEEK DIGGINGS. (From At A JK BeraWt Special Reporter.) Qiftfell, Kirn Creek. Murch 4. The .minm Are now in a better position than- they were before tbe last nine, as tbej have washed out enough to give them fond? aufficlent to go oi with fur two or tbne weska. Tbe rein has given them eometbingilke 6000 on., and tbe proceeds of the w «f tbe tnwst «!ll keep them ontof tbe reach of want, until we eee what tbe equinox will turn up. Until then I am afraid there' is not much chance of rain. Then, again, wore daws* bare been bnilt, and some of'then have been constructed in a very aoeb better style than previously, and there ft a hope that more water wilt be retained. The old dame that have stood hitherto will alto be prettv well puddled, and will etore more water than on the first occasion, although, as I observed some weeks s^o, tbe ground is bo poroua, that without very, carefully puddling tbe -whole of the bottom and aides of this portion in* tended for* teservoir, any permanent e...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

MHtttHMW, It isa mattei; deeply to be regretted (eeji the Aiyu*) end one well worthy the attention of philanthropists, tbst there an at theprqsent. tine, a number of girls, of tenderyeare, roaming about the streets of Melbourne und leading most irregular lives. The poliee use. every endeavour to., keep them from tbp, haunts of these wretched people' who are always ready to entrap tliem; bnt still .one or more of ? these young girls are brought before the, Court every, few days. Yesterday, a girl, who, judging from be'r appearanoe, could not have been more than twelve years of age, was brought before tbe City Bench for vagrancy. She had left the home of her parents, who were said to be £reat drunkards, and bad since thea associated;with rogues and vagabonded tine wap remanded until this morning. Tur Dkqume or FINIANIS*-The lituet notiaes a .return of conKdenoe in l Ireland,, The precautions of tbe Govern- < mentaod tbe hostility of all tbe respectable < clfMqs.o...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT EDMONTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT EDMONTON. On Saturday morning, 20tli December, Mr. W. J. Payne opened an enquiry at tha Cross Keys Tavern, Edmonton, on Timothy Gudgeon and FliznbetU Gudgeon, tcur dered by tbeir mother, Ann Gudgeon. TV ^rat witness examined was William Gudgeon, the 'father of the children, and hiB testimony went to show that lie was only at liorae one day in the week, and had not seen much of his wife; but on the day w question she complained of being bad in her head and throat. When be went to bed be notioed a change in her manner, especially in the look of ber eyes. He went to sleep and knew nothing more until be was awakeDed by bis daughter Selina. [Police-sergeant Hamlett produced the rasor witb which the deed was done.] The witness identified it as the one be kept in the pantry, He picked it up from the floor of the room where the body of bis wife lay. His wife always appeared f«ry fond of the children-no one more so. Selina Gudgeon, an intelligeut girl, 10 years of age, sa...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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PRINCE DE JOINVILLE ON THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH FLEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

PRINCE DE JOINVILLE ON THE ENGLISH AND FBflNOH FLEETS. The Prince hints indeed that we may be caught napping; but then he apprehends that we shall Boon recover onridves. Haying the right mep, he cannot believe that we ahall long remain without the right means., On second thoughts he is ever ready to allow that we hate some fine ships. He is not sure that either -America or France possesses anything stronger than the Achilles or Minotaur vessels, which lie la careful to add are " ironclad frigates imitated from the French." He also refers to onr Palliser ehot, with whioh we boast of our ability to pierce and destroy iron plates as Teadily »B the French shell pierced and destroyed the wooden walls of old. As for France she is short of men, and unfortunately for ber, men cannot be manofaotured like iron plates and rified gnns. Nor is Franoe rich in money as we are. The French Prinee re marks that bis nation " cannot blander with impunity," either with regard to men or material. He seem...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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A SCENE IN A "LONDON POLICE COURT." (From the London Society.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

A SCENE IN A " LONDON POLICE COURT." (From the Ltndon Society.) Hit Worship, Mr. A., being a stickler for legal precision in regard to the rules of evideooe, stops tbe witness ever; two minutes to remind tier of the ** inadmissi bility of statement* irrelevant to tbe caae, or having reference to alleged misdemeanors not embraced ip the terms of tbe summons." Thus: ? " Please yer worship, this female at tbe bar, if abe can csll herself deb " Now, my good woman, no reflections upon the defendant, if you please." *. Well, ever sinoe last Toesday week, oome next Christmas twelvemonth "Never mind abont nest Christmas twelvemonth. Be good enoagh to confine yourself to what ooourred last week." "Please, yer Worship, abe told Mr. . Waters, her landlord--" " Don't bother with what sbe eaid to Mr. Waters, tbe landlord, but tell us what she said to you"-(getting angry). "Well, air, (getting confused) "Mrs. Fineh told me-" "Never mind what Mrs. Fineh told you" -(enraged); it isn't evidonee, and...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

Printed and published by Funct Himat, sole proprietor, at Uii'4 Arruin Office* Albion street, Warwick. In the colony el Queensland and also published at Boose-street, Tenter field in the colony of New South Wales. Tnesdsj-, Msrcli 19a 1667.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BRIBERY IN THE HOUSE. (London Correspondent of the Liverpool Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

BRIBERY IN THE BOUSE. (London Correep*ndent of the Liverpool Journal.) The Pall MaU Qaietle in discoursing, npon bribery, aayaImagine tbe private offer of a few thousand pounds to any one member of the present government with the view of inducing him to give'come special vote in the House of Commons," Tea, imagine snob a thing if you oan? No! are not all members of Parliament honourable men ? And yet there is sotne thing to be said on the other side. In the first place, if members of parliament will not take a bribe, they will, as we all know, offer one; and in sober serionmess, patting all conventionality aside, is it more di» honoorable to reoeive than it is to offer a bril'e ? By all that is holy, no! It is custom only that marks the difference. Oar modes, oar austoms, are oar morals," But let the fall MM remember farther that the honour of the house, as it under stands the word, is oat of modern date. It is namely a century sinoe members were bribed with bard cash. King George I...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

AGENT8. Tat following Qautiemen hire lees appointed Agents for tbta {taper, abd are authorised to reccire (nbtcriptiona and adratUeniBnta: Sydney - - - A. CUBIST. Brisfaam t . Gbctolc ft Bw> Maryland V HABDT. Tentarfield Q. Wtuaox.

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THE CONDITION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

THE CONDITION OP THE COLONY. A correspondent of the D. D. Gazette, under the signature of " Thomas Christie," thus writes respecting tbe prospects of the colony: " As the weight of oar railway work* is now all bat completed, so far, at least, as the employment of navvies' labour is con cerned, and aa no other publio works are of such importance as i« likely to create a de mand in tbe labour market for a titbe of the needy and willing sons of toil wbo will soon be disbanded, rank anil file, from tbe services of Peto and Co., it will not, I pre sume, Mr. Editor, be out of place here to ask you and some of your wise contempora ries, who so warmly advocated free immi gration to onr shores, tbe significant ques tion-what provisiou would yon now make, or what plan can you now suggest, to em ploy and retain tbe thews and sinews which tbe colony imported, at a heavy oost, and at the expense too of whatever little national hononr we poaJ&ssed F Many anxious inquiries I bear made ever...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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[?]iscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

te--============= A CnoLieAlwoiDmrr.-On one of the streeta running fsrcalM with Broadway lived amarried ooupl* wbe bad travelled together very roootbly *11108 they, bid beenmade onefUah. - The fctnbaud, tbongh not a bad nan, oecaaioaally took . drop too muob, end on aaob ooeaaieuhappine** * not tli* exception to the boaaeboM. The wife bad a thosaand doUara ID greenbacke, whioli *be bad jawed and flwm carried With her, aDdbebgth* Meter spirit of the firm,she would mi allow it to be eoeroached npon, but, on Un cshtrary, jendeavoonad to aagmeot it, Tbe. wife look III* obolere, and the husband, obtaining * pertoit, bad bet cent to tbe .cityjboetiital. It J* not known tbat be sooM*tfcniod bertbitber, *1 tboogb bo mnet: tot* *Ut*d bar. One morning, ibe uuiwiieieg oot «f the room for eotce time,aamMmedtfo ibe . bedeido of tbe poor rem, a&dsdbeovered ber, to all *ppearance, dead. Tbe-doetsrwaa noti fied and mads Mi ubeei uiisu. ? > N»imlta tioo of tbe beert,so biaatMn^; «otiiing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

To have the poultry-yard profitable, the fowls should not be kept until they an old. Then is sb objection to pre serving ufkrourite cook, so long na he i» aotire and lively, but bens ut'icr three yean trill not itrodaoe m nwuy cwsm those of one ot two yteara. Much, how ever, ia depending an the breed kept, a for as gooa layer* we concerned.-C. N. Bman, PoughkeepsHS, N. Yv in the Country Oenthman.

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Poertry.n CARRY YOUR FRIEND IN YOUR POCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

CABBY TOUR I'M END IN YOUB POCKET. I don't sny It's light, but '.here's a saying quite trite. If you've goodness of heart, though 'twill shock it i It's that selfish expression of " Mind number one. And carry your friend in your pocket." 'Til a palpable fact, and requiring great tact, Grim poverty's Inroad to back it; For friendship's all fudge, and of that you msy judge If yon bavn't a rap in your pocket. Whilst you're young and in health, by industry gain wealth, Tour coffin- yftn'll very goon stock it. After that you can go and be boned and scraped to, A* they fcnow you've a friend in your pocket. When 'tis known you have cash, why the veriest trash Ton utter goes off like a rookst i You're . " brick," tb»'a stick, and are flattend till eick, Through the friend yon have got in your pocket. Bot lie poor and in want, and just ask for a loan. The need you aet forth tbejr oft mock it, And say, "I'm so shoit, air," or "really I can't." Or, *' I bavn't so tnncli In my pocket." They aay...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 19 March 1867

jfwrtfewrote. ... ? WWBIONCIOUBT. A OOtJBT -of PE1T* ei»8I0N8 will be fctjlfltn at the Court Uotue. Warwick,. on TUB8DA Y,tb« i6tb day of Apia. 1$67, for tbr pu>|>oM«f BHVI6I&0 the fcUBOTOBAL BOLL fqiBir Sfetrlctof tbe Eaitern Qewnei and tbii lufiDU of 4he Warwick Electorate, . under Ibf Ait £V Vic., Mo. 12. By Older. ,, CHABLES F. CCMMWG. . Clerk'61. Petty SeulOM. Oonrt Bonn, Warwick. fitb Mirch, 166*. lfiB Impounded, At AUora, Iraa Qootnbnrn, on the 11th : Menfc.bj order of O. H. Green, Eiq. ; driving, It. 6d. jwr head Sine aoecUled oOw, JW oear roup, W off rump* ' itke.Woff ribiLbotli ears marked Bed and Mut ttetfer oal( onbre tided Brlndle and >rhlt»oow, like KK off rlbi Bed [and wMte heifer calf unbranded YeUowMdwliltBcow, ^"BoonJoiaedBeArriioul fled^wd M^wr, blotbk orer like C 4U ehonl dfr, Mfjtal- marked?' Jf nOrfraaUW <R> or-'befort Toeaday, 16th Awt. 'lBflVlrin W eold On that day, at BOOB, tt defray eSbeoaea. i - ; l OHAB. H. BULLOCK, 161 ' Po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

AO E N TS . 82a.- : :"T 53S5. : : : Prints aoi p*Wi»ti»4 hy lATHiua HtrcHuti ?oh nrapriettM', at th«" Argui" Office, Albion ?tract, Warwick, in Ibe colony of yueeOBlxud and alio pnMlibad at ttooie-atmt, TenUr flail in tin aokmj of New Suntk Walci, fiid.j, March 22, 1867.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

DEATH* pboii Fipeabics.-Mr. Oharlea Harpur, of Euroma, the second eon oft bo Australian poet of the same jiaine, has been killed by tbe acoident&l explosion of hi* gun while -out irbootiug with hi* elder brother. Mr. William Board, a well known resident of Sydney, was also killed in his own bouse by a loaded guu going off. From the evidence it would appear, doubtful whether tbis sad event was the leeult of accident ju drawing a charge or waa intentional on the part of the de ceased _ Mr. Board, however, seemed to be in hi* uiiud good spirits on thei evening when this occurred, and there' waa ootbjpg to justify the supposition of hi* hiving committed suicide. It ia * remarkable circomstanoe that both Mr. Hafpar and Mr, Board had ; been atruok in the heart by tbeahot and yet retained consciousness for a abort time* afterward#. WoKttr OK WoiSsh.-Wotaen are apt to oriUatps women with nndae severity. It baa Wan (aid thai while aw, are often unjut to men, they are always so to (he...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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VANITY IN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

VANITt IN WOMfSN. frothing is more astonishing to tbe male philosopher than the odd way iii wbicb, irom some stray ootoer of character whera be would bave lead thought. of looking lor it, female vanity now and tlien suddenly pop* out upon bint. He fanoied tbst he knew a wouian well, that be had studied ber character and mustered all ite strong and weak point*, when, by aome accideol or at aome unguarded moment, he euddenly strikes a rich, deep vein of vanity of tbe CKiataooe of which he never bad tbe remotest sospiciuo. He may perhaps bare known that ebe' wae not without vanity on certain pointer but for tbeie be bad dis covered Hint soit of reason. We do not ; neofessarily mean by reawjn, any oauie that eeemed to jnetify or, on any oonsia'.ent prin ciple, to aooouut tor tbe hot. As wo bave : already nmstkedi it it the peculiarity «1 1 vanity that it oftep flourishes most vigo rously, add puts* forth a plentiful crop, where there doea oot seen to be even a layer of soil lor it. Both...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE HUGHES PRINTING TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

THE HUGHBS FEINTING TELEGB&L'H. If one ttare asked to elate in what de partment of practical icience' the greatest progress bad bjen made during (lit last quarter of * canttfry,a well^coneidereil reply wmlld certainly indioate tbat porticular branch wliicli liss relation to tbe employ ment of electricity us a uitiilium of com munication. Steam may ktfastof economical and mure varied employment, and mechani cal soienee may putnt to great progress in many of the industrial arts, bat the elec trical engineer cab tell of some new step forward in almost every year of the period mentioned; lintil progress appears to have culminated in the Huccesa of tlie Atlaotio Telegraph, worked by a battery formed in a Tease' out larger tban a lajy'a thimble, or the hollow of a percua*iou onp. In tlie early daya of the eleuirio lelegrupli its appealed only to tlie rye of the operator, sod in ill-' Hckrririg motions of tbe tfeedle from right lo left were read the messages which the myste rious a...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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BRIGHAM YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

BRIGHAM YOUNG. The following dtcoitnt ift farnUbed by do illustrated Lbgli&h paper of Brigbaoi Young, the Mormon chief Brighaai Young, tbe President of tbe Cburoli of the Latter Diy Saints, or Mor luoiis, was borD about tbe year 1800. Very little ia known of his early life. It fa generally supposed (hat be it a native of Ohio; «od it ia tfaid tbat lie baa brotuers engaged id thfc ministry in the Methodist Cbnrcb. In connection with tbe Mormons be first appeared in a prominent position in August, 1844, eoon after tbe murder of Joseph Smith, tbe founder of tbe sect. Young was tben President of tbe Twelve Apojtles, rtftd in tbat capacity signed a latter addressed "To tlie Church ofJejus Ohrisiof Latter Day Saints in Nan vera ([lliuoin) and all tbe World." Oae of the prinoipal men in tbe community, Sydney Rigdon, sought to succeed Smith; but cbargefe of lieresy and improper co'udoot were urged against him by Young and others; he was exoommuuioated, and Young was Appointed the su...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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THE Warwick Argus TE[?]FIELD CHRONICLE FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1807. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL NEWS TO FEBRUARY 14 (From the Courier) GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 22 March 1867

THE . ;j . ' . , . Tl^iTKUmuW) CilKOKlCiX. F8IOAY. MAROH JS1.18W. AKJStTVAL OP THE ®NGLIS^M.A1L JffKWS TO FKBHUAUY 14. (From thi Country fl ICKKBAlTlstJMM ARY; LotiDQN, Suiwy iB. Tbe :Quedn .opened Parliament in per son. . \ \ , In Her Majtwly's speech an announce* ment wii tna'de tbatamicable relations .-existed between England and all the* Foreign pnwora. Offers, it Was stated had 'beep by America for a friendly adjustment of tbe Alabama claims. Tbe delegatea fromtbe Oanadiau provinces had agreed <ou a scheme of confederation unit ing all the.Vritisb American colo mies under -one administration, Her Majesty. expressed h»r - Hjgset at .tjie famine occasioned by tbe failure of the rice croprin £bdia,< and announced .tint directions had ;lw»n. gtvpn ,io -the'Indiafi 'Government .fo take every means to alleviate the exiatttig distress! Tlie speech farther states (tint the restoration of public confidence wn lllfcJjr to, lead to a -discontinuance of«xceptional leg...

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